You've been invited to play a strange new game, but when all your friends are sucked inside it, you quickly realize the stakes are higher than you ever dreamed. A gorgeous, cinematic, and creepy-cool hidden-object adventure from Elephant Games.
Just as you escape with your best haul yet, a group of thugs stop you before you can spend your reward. Sneak around to recollect your loot and trick your enemies to meet their makers sooner than they would have liked and if you do so strategically, perhaps you'll end up with more than you stole in the first place. And isn't that every thief's dream?
Endless arcade action meets classic Frogger style gameplay in this free iOS game where you control a series of hapless unlockable creatures trying to cross some very busy and very deadly roads and rapids. With a sense of humor and vibrant voxel graphics, it's both charming and hard to put down.
The apartment in this escape game's rent is suspiciously low, and there's a weird smell here too... so it's probably not a good sign your realtor has locked you inside! Experience a whole lot of weirdness (and a jump scare or two) in this very silly game from no1game.
Your cute little spider-ball is hungry. Use the mouse to shoot strands of webbing to pull him around each level, catching and ensaring flies and avoiding the angry bees that chase you through each level.
In this compelling and grim indie simulation, you control a group of survivors struggling to get by day to day in an increasingly dangerous city that's turned into a war zone. As the days pass, you're forced to push the limits of what you're comfortable with in order to survive, and rather than glorifying war for heroics, This War of Mine humanizes it for its people.
Ironhide Games is back for more with the third installment in their wildly popular realtime strategy/tower defense game series available for iOS and Android. As gorgeous and charming as you'd expect, Origins doesn't do much to shake up the established formula, but with new enemies, locations, heroes, and more, it's everything fans enjoy with a high coat of polish.
What do a cat, a chicken, a caterpillar, and you have in common? You're all locked up in this cute and charming escape game from Yonashi, where "quirky" is the word of the day!
Bart Bonte brings us another fun point-and-click puzzle game in his signature style. Tap your way through a dreamscape of colorful worms in an interstellar adventure that will keep you on your toes.
- • Escape from the Room with Three Pictures 3
- • The Home Story 3: My Room
Two, Four...You pick, you decide. It's been a busy week here in my basement office at JIG headquarters. But that's not going to stop Weekday Escape from rolling out with more fun free escape games for you to play and enjoy. This week we have one from Yomino Kagura and three from Flash512, That should be enough to keep you busy until the next time we meet.
Help Wigo rescue his wife at the top of a magical tower in this short but sweet game for iOS and Android. The only way to advance is solving whatever riddle and puzzle is thrown his way. Are you clever enough to reunite the lovers?
Short but more than a little sweet, this free indie adventure inspired by The Little Prince follows a small, newly built robot who makes an unusual friend and discovers the importance of love and friendship for a cozy, effortlessly charming experience.
Murder is great, I think we can all agree, but what about endless, procedurally generated murder presented in the form of logic puzzles? Explore and interrogate witnesses, keeping your own notes and maps, and figure out who to accuse as well as their weapons and motives in this simple but smart game made in just nine days.
In the next installment of Carmel Games' point-and-click adventure series, Dakota Winchester arrives in Cactus City looking for the next ancient gem he needs to open a magical box. Too bad the townsfolk all seem to need his help!
Detarame Factory is back with their signature blend of whimsical charm as you find yourself trapped in a room where you must find and click on ten circles in order to escape. Though one puzzle will make you Google a word if you aren't familiar with it, if you're looking for a cute and clever little escape to brighten your day, this is a solid bet.
Lo.Nyan serves up another wonderfully logical and clever escape game that strikes the perfect balance between light whimsy and smart puzzle design, with the usual wonderfully user friendly interface to boot!
Johnny's father isn't there when the little boy wakes up one dark and stormy night, and he decides to brave the cold and the rain to find him and bring him home in this short but charming free indie adventure.
Blink and you'll miss it, but this short and incredibly atmospheric adventure made in just one week about being trapped on a small frozen island with dwindling supplies is one chilly and eerie game we hope is expanded on.
You're an army of one against a horde of undead. Shoot through the hordes, explore the terrain, and rescue what few survivors you can find to swell the ranks of the living. Another fantastic entry in the Decision series.
A hidden kingdom rises from beneath the waves, and that might just spell doom for everyone on land, everywhere, if you can't find a way to set an ancient curse right in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure.
The moon is falling from the sky, and all you can do is watch. Fortunately, that's something you're good it. It's Moonkid, a piece of interactive art by Mike Salyh. Slow-paced and artsy, Moonkid won't be for everyone. However, its haunting evocative nature definitely makes it worth seeing for yourself.
Mere months after the release of the original beloved and terrifying game comes a bigger, meaner sequel, though it mostly feels like a more complete game than the first. With new animatronics, new mechanics, and a whole lot of jump scares and unsettling scenes, can you survive your new night shift?
Available in your browser or free for iOS and Android, Martin Kool serves up a simple and simply lovely little puzzle game for fans of logic, smart gameplay, and beautiful, clean design.
A ghoulishly silly game of reflexes and stabbings, how long can you last when everyone is out to literally stab you in the back... and can you really blame them when that's how you got where you are yourself?
A James Kolchaka/Pixeljam joint production, Glorkian Warrior: The Trials of Glork gives you just the right mix of retro-shooter action, platform stomping, and Saturday morning cartoon. Its difficulty is definitely old-school, but it's bright, bouncy, mindless, and completely unashamed of it, making for fun sci-fi shenanigans.
One lonely little boy's whole life is changed when he discovers an injured bird in this stunning interactive narrative by Freebird Games, creators of beloved indie adventure To the Moon, that should not be missed.
Fancy's back and fancier than ever! Run, jump and slide through the wacky cartoon landscape of the first entry in the classic series, now with hidden secrets, unlockable outfits, time trials, weird humor, and the kind of laid back thrills that only fancy platforming can provide.
- • Fruit Kitchens No.13: Cherry Pink
- • Escape from Umino Room
- • RRU Escape 3
It's time we start thinking BIG. Consider how much you love playing escape games then think on this: wouldn't the world be a better place if everything was solved like an escape-the-room? While pondering that, let's play an unassumingly clever ocean-themed escape from Amakuchi Game, pick up seven cherries in FunkyLand's 13th kitchen, then address some supernatural occurrences with Sneedle.
Figure out the best way to get the colorful ghosts off the screen and away from any humans. One slight brush to the living and your goose is cooked. Besides, the ghosts want to be flung off into oblivion. Trust me.
A hugely ambitious RPG that begins with a bad case of amnesia, despite a lot of bugs kicking around underneath the hood, this impressive achievement still boasts a lot of play and dedication.
**11/13/2014: New version, NO ADS** Catch, breed and sell diverse species of fish and make your tourist attraction all it can be in this cheerful tycoon-upgrade-avoidance-minigame extravaganza!
A little bit of weirdness makes everything nice in this short and sweet escape from Tototo Room. Can you find and click on all eleven buttons in order to find a way out? Doing so will first require figuring out what the heck that thing in your inventory is supposed to be.
Finding a mysterious island you find an even far more mysterious collection of coins given to you by the ghost of the dead. Fight your way around the island to gain even more and watch your foes be crushed in defeat before stealing their precious coins in this endless quest. You can also play as a monkey!
Chompy, the star of the puzzle platformer by Wolve, is a crocodile who loves eating, coins, and eating coins. While the tutorial levels give the game a slow start, it is a game that will win you over with its sense of joy and a level of shine to the mechanics that distinguishes it from similar works.
A family reunion should be a happy time, but you arrive to discover everyone is missing, and it's thanks to your brother Thomas, who seems to harbor some serious grudges, and a unique ability to bring his art to life helps him craft a bizarre and unsettling world in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure.
In the season finale to The Game Kitchen's celebrated Lovecraftian style point-and-click horror adventure, the need for answers drives you to a lonely estate with its share of skeletons in the closet. While it might not answer enough of the questions raised over the series, it offers a fantastically freaky and chilling experience.
For one little alien, "wandering eyes" isn't just a turn of phrase. He can literally project his eyeballs onto objects to take control of them! Possess crates, safes, beach balls, and more, but be alert: Every item you can become acts a little bit differently! Open the path to the teleporter and help this little guy make it home!
Turns out when you experiment on a bunch of prisoners trying to get eternal life what you ACTUALLY get is a zombie apocalypse. Who knew? A colourful and surprisingly upbeat turn-based strategy game that has you equipping and upgrading your party of unlikely heroes as they battle their way across the city.
Also available for Android, this frenetic clickfest of tile-matching goodness. Make matches by clicking on matching tiles to deal damage against your opponent before they can knock you out!
You're a pistol-wielding defender of humanity, and it's your job to lead your team to each infected city, blasting away hordes of zombies as they crawl towards you. Upgrade your weapons, speed, and skills to bring victory in each battle, and be sure to keep an eye out for survivors!
Like its predecessor, Onomastica 2, the puzzle platformer/interactive art piece by mif2000, takes place in a world where words and objects are interchangeable. And also, like the original, it is whimsical, clever, and over way too quickly. Still, it's such a fun little art deco world to play around in, that players who like minding their words won't mind too much.
- • Alice House No.7: The Queen's Croquet Ground
- • Escape from the Room of the Colorful Door
- • Tea Time Escape
Did I ever tell you about the time we went out for some escape games? It was a Wednesday. Not any ordinary Wednesday, but a Weekday Escape Wednesday. So there were these three games. One of them, by FunkyLand, was all about collecting pink flamingos. Then there's Yomino Kagura, with standard puzzling, good for a fast cranial break. Lastly, Ponpoko's debut: short and sweet enough to put dimples in your cheeks.
It's baaaaaaaaack... Isaac is bigger, badder, and beefier than ever in this super-enhanced remake of the original gory, violent top-down roguelike shooter. With completely overhauled visuals, a haunting new soundtrack, and piles of new enemies, items, and secrets to uncover, it's a remake that's faithful to fans as well as its roots.
Vortex Point is nearly deserted on Halloween night, so supernatural investigator Kevin decides to relax with a very unique monster movie at the local cinema in this point-and-click adventure...
Elio Landa serves up more smart and stylish puzzling in this game that proves puzzles don't need to be complicated to be great. Move numbers across a grid of other numbers to zero out their sum, planning your course and enjoying a swanky soundtrack and clean design.
Save the monster from waves of baddies in this innovative tower defense game. Place towers, then rotate the board to control the layout of the paths. Choose and upgrade your towers wisely to take out even the toughest of enemies.
The house has been abandoned for years, and everyone who goes into it has vanished... so naturally it seemed like a great idea for you to do so yourself! When you find yourself trapped within, you'll need to uncover the truth in order to escape from this creepy point-and-click game.
For Detective Moore, the night shift at his police department is about to get real exciting. A dead body with a mystery killer, internal affairs breathing down his neck over his less-than-tactful ways of getting at the truth and the chief expecting a quick investigation for the sake of public image. It's quite the wild ride that Rival Games offers in their point-and-click crime noir adventure title, The Detail - Episode 1: Where the Dead Lie.
Your universe or mine? Sweet little friends Heart and Star want to meet up, but they live in different dimensions! Luckily, they can still interact with each other. In this teamwork-tastic puzzle platformer, you get to guide them through their respective worlds. When the going gets tough, reach out across space and time to have them give each other a helping hand! They'll make platforms for their pal, carry each other across dangerous terrain, and hit switches and push blocks in search of a perfect purple space they can be together.
Search through a surreal house to find answers to who you are and why you're trapped in a seemingly endless loop. Hunt through the abnormal reality to put pieces of yourself together and find a way to release yourself from the endless nightmare.
Haven't had nearly enough of Crazy Digger 2? Well, the Crazy Digger 2 Level Pack will fulfill all your red-circle-chomping, gem-dropping, saw-blade spinning cravings. Essentially a new set of levels that picks up where the original left off, new players will want to start with the original, but fans looking to dive into a challenge will really dig it.
ClickPLAY is back to test your reflexes and your cow-saving abilities in Ninjadoodle's latest addition to the ClickPLAY series of point-and-click puzzle minigames.
Kate Drew was believed to have died in a car accident years ago, but her daughter, Nancy (maybe you've heard of her?) receives a letter bringing her to Scotland to discover the truth in this compelling and challenging point-and-click mystery adventure.
This tiny escape game is light on content but big on cuteness. Without a lot to explore, finding a way out should be easy, right? So what's with all those rat statues?
Swash those buckles and all haul together! It's honor, fun and adventure on land, sea and caverns in this remake of the classic King's Bounty fantasy RPG.
This cabin is perfect for some relaxation, but there sure are a lot of lock boxes everywhere! Say goodbye to summer and hello to fall in this clever seasonal escape game by Aries Escape!
Find the Maker of the world in order to stop the destruction of the planet. Strategically battle along the way to win over allies and answer long lost questions. The coins and levels you'll gain along the way are just perks of the job.
Kiwi 64 by Siactro, a Unity action platform game inspired by those "collect everything in sight" games of yore. You play as a cute little kiwi bird, trying to find five magical lamps and topple the reign of the evil king melon. As a love letter and nostalgia trip, Kiwi 64 delivers, even if it isn't developed enough to convert those not already fans of the games it pays tribute to.
The monkeys need something a little ghoulish to cheer them up, so in this latest Halloween themed point-and-click puzzle adventure, you'll need to hunt around and solve puzzles in order to gather body parts... hey, it's all in good fun!
- • Candy Rooms No.17: Purple Girly
- • Scary Dungeon Escape
- • Escape from the Similar Rooms 14
With Halloween around the corner from Weekday Escape, it's time for something a little bit scary, a lot of walking around, and a handful of candy to make it all the more fun. That's where these three escapes from Selfdefiant, Hottategoya and FunkyLand come in. No Elsa or Olaf costumes needed: just use your wits and tackle a few puzzles.
Selfdefiant serves up a satisfying and logical escape where you have to find your way out of a house even though it's filled with all the creature comforts, plus some cutting edge electronic entertainment circa the 1980s!
Any spelunker with a few bombs can take a journey to the center of the earth, but can you Puzzle to the Center of the Earth? In this app that blends match-3 puzzling with platforming, you've got to dig to the bottom of each level, but your path won't always be straight down! You'll need to avoid explosions, traps, and enemies as you carefully carve a strategic path through a ton of colored rocks on your expedition.
Get the door, because it's a throng of monsters demanding your... medical treatment? Build your hospital while bringing life to the dying in this adorable turn-based strategy game from Clockwork Acorn that's good for what ails ya.
Everyone needs money, fast cars, good grades... but what might you miss if you only focus on what you have in front of you? This short but sweet interactive art piece follows one man through his life and asks the same question.
This escape game plops you into ancient Alexandria and has you muddle your way out. Bookshelves, statues, steam machines, and weapons all factor in to your daring point and click adventure.
It's the famed shooter series that transforms "shock and awe!" into "shock and draw!" Francisco Ferreres' Notebook Wars returns with the first Unity installment of the series: Notebook Wars Saga. The transition to a new engine means losing a lot of the features fans of the series have grown used to, but those looking for a stripped-down throwback or fun on a mobile screen should enjoy this new iteration of shooty fun.
It's animal rescue time! Satisfy your inner roughhousing Good Samaritan by slamming animals around to get all them safely home, while getting knocked around the screen by them yourself.
A puzzle game about information and how it gets from point A to point Z. Click and drag to create shimmering strands of info that crisscross space, from transmitting circles to receiving squares. Bonus points for more efficient webs of connections.
- • Ao Oni
- • Ascension
- • Halloween Otome
Hide your kids, hide your 'fraidy-cats, 'cause we're spoopin' everybody! This week, three more free indie games to celebrate the freaky season, from a cute and romantic visual novel set in a very unique Halloween party, to a sidescrolling psychological action adventure, and a classic monster tale made by a very talented escape game developer.
A local hotel has been scaring all its guests away and you've been called in to help in this hidden-object adventure. But why does it seem like the ghost who keeps getting in your way might have an entirely different connection to the story than the nightmares that have been plaguing the guests?
It's not easy being a space ninja. No matter where you go, some wayward planet somewhere is always in need of your help! In this sequel to the original, the last ninja finds himself on a planet beset by the mafia! Help him leap from wall to wall to take out every mob member in the level! He can utilize special technique scrolls and ninja clones to help him, but these mafia men are packing robot power! Learn their weaknesses and take them all down!
Land of Enki 2 is a retro-style action-platform game by VoidForce where players will travel to an engaging fantasy world, discover fascinating creatures, then slice them in half. Its look and mechanics are reminiscent of a mid-90s DOS platformer and sequence of short, simple levels are perfect for people looking for a game high on atmosphere but low on challenge (apart from the frustrating ladder-jumping).
Henry B. Knight, now dead and see through, is a little obsessive over his house and the new tenants need to go. Plan your scares to chase everyone out of the house, work around bosses, and gain back your peace and quiet.
Shimage, creator of Megami Quest, asks you to test your RPG strategy in this simple little game where you must defend a village for thirty days against increasingly powerful monsters. The catch? No grinding, and it's game over if you fail... unless you saved!
An educational puzzle game that has you guiding your little proton with the mouse, avoiding obstacles and combining with particles and lasers for a variety of scientifically-accurate effects.
There's an awful lot of pink in this soothing escape by TomaTea, and with puzzles aplenty and clues to crack their codes hidden around the room, finding your way out will take an eye for detail and an appreciation for the arts.
Tiny King was enjoying a nap, and when he woke up, his cake was gone! Travel through a series of clever and strange point-and-click puzzle levels, hunting for keys to open doors, in this super cute, and super weird, little game.
- • Bonneville
- • Yellow Walls Escape
- • Escape from the Japanese Style Hotel
Neatescape, Yomino Kagura, and no1game walk into your browser... there's no punchline, it's just another installment of Weekday Escape! This week, you've got two rooms with a view and a whole pack of puzzles ready to be picked (or clicked) apart.
Crazy Dad's just started work at the local library, but all the kids there annoy him, which their mobile phones and their tabloids. Find out ways to drive them all out in this short and silly point-and-click puzzle adventure!
Your cute-as-a-button spider guy is looking to feed his hungry kids some cake. Swing through each level, grabbing your kids and drop them in the general vicinity of their favorite birthday treat. Be sure not to eat it yourself!
In this free indie RPG heavily inspired by the likes of Suikoden and other classics of the genre, Daniel is a man betrayed by his country and trapped behind enemy lines who suddenly finds himself in a unique position to help end the fighting. Recruit 75 party members for your castle, take part in huge battles, and enjoy hours and hours and HOURS of play time in this massive game.
Joe is back to finish up what was started in the second episode of this fantastic point-and- click adventure. With the fate of humanity on his shoulders, Joe needs you to help him travel through time to find answers on how to prevent the human race from going extinct.
Clear your way through the dungeon in this unique Sokoban-like puzzle game by carefully selecting which swords to shove into which monsters to vanquish them all. The Rogue Puzzle Game was picked as one of only three finalists in the Game Nomad competition and is set to be presented at Gamer's Day, Arabia's largest gaming event.
Sentry Knight is back and more colourful than ever in this sequel that brings more of the same addictive defensive shooting fans have come to crave. Stay in your tower and take aim against an onslaught of baddies, upgrading spells and abilities, as you bow-and-arrow your way across the kingdom.
Funkyland's latest Alice in Wonderland themed escape gets a little festive this time around. With five Mad Hatter items hidden around a party filled with clues and puzzles, you'll need to use your wits to escape, even if it doesn't take that long!
- • One Late Night
- • Paranoiac
- • 7Days
On this installment of Spoopy Saturday, we post three more freaky and free indie horror games to celebrate this most SPOOPY of months. This week, you get more than you bargained for on the late shift, a girl has nowhere to hide in the house she inherited, and you can't escape the house you find yourself trapped in until you figure out what you're supposed to remember...
Death needs your help, and when the lord of the grave comes knocking you should probably listen. People are managing to cheat their own demise, and before any new souls can be born, you have to track down the ones who fled and figure out how they managed it in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure.
Need a challenging but clever arcade game? Fire up Michael Brough's iOS gem, where you need to move fast to encircle enemies to destroy them on a playing field that's full of constantly evolving foes. Getting a high score here is a definite accomplishment in a world of one-hit KOs.
You and your friend were enjoying a day at the fall festival when they vanished, and after finding them you discover they've gotten themselves trapped in the bathroom, thus providing you ample teasing opportunity for years to come. Hunt around for items and solve puzzles, and of course find the ten little green men to escape!
When your kingdom is destroyed by a dragon, it's up to you to rebuild it and train an army in this gorgeous free-to-play iOS fantasy RPG/simulation that calls Tiny Tower to mind. With a light, unobtrusive in-app purchase system and a generous amount of in-game rewards, it keeps players coming back for its simple, fun gameplay without ever putting the squeeze on their wallet.
You've been put in charge of a factory that makes little robots, and it's your job to program each one to help the rest get to the exit safely in this charming logic puzzle game!
Two of Hyptosis' most popular point-and-click adventure series finally crossover in Kingdom of Liars: Stonepath, featuring characters from The Hood. Kingdom of Liars: Stonepath succeeds in expanding the Lorestrome world, while focusing its ongoing plot. backed by the gorgeous art and clever writing Hyptosis is known for.
You're spending the night at your best friend's house, and someone special is coming by at midnight. Michael Lutz, author of My Father's Long, Long Legs delivers an unsettling twist on familiar territory in this Choose Your Own Adventure Style interactive horror fiction.
- • Fruit Kitchens No.12: Cacao Brown
- • Marshmallow's New Home 3
- • Find the Escape-Men 120: Scorching Heat 2014
There are a lot of things happening in October, but some of us care about only one thing: is it yummy? Is it sweet? Well, this time it is. Our Wednesday selection of three escapes from FunkyLand, Maroya and No1Game manage to be the perfect ingredients for some Weekday Escape s'mores.
Sisters Kat and Aria are lost alone in the woods at night when they accidentally cross paths with two men who don't have the friendliest intentions. How far will they go to save themselves in this Choose Your Own Adventure style text-based tale?
You, a broken down car, a lonely road, and miles of wilderness in either direction. What's the worst that can happen? A short, speedy, and spooky-lite point-and-click adventure from Self-Defiant!
Getting stuck in an elevator is bad enough, but getting stuck with eight strangers, one of whom is a killer, is even worse. People are picked off one by one as the lights go out in this short interactive movie, and you'll have to figure out which one of them is the killer to get the best ending.
Amanda Ripley has always wanted to find out what happened to her mother Ellen fifteen years ago. Now she's going to confront it head on in this harrowing survival horror adventure where stealth and resourcefulness are your best (and really only) weapons against a seemingly unstoppable and unpredictable enemy that will hunt you every step of the way in your quest to escape the dead station of Sevastopol.
All you have to do to escape is find and click on the eleven hidden buttons. Should be easy, right? But with sneaky codes and some definite weirdness, this short game might not be so simple after all.
In Rampage Rex, a puzzle platformer by Eric Bernier and Izzy Aminov you'll be guiding a very hungry dino as he spends an afternoon taking in a little culture, literally! Despite somewhat incompatible visuals and sounds, Rampage Rex offers breezily fun stealth gameplay for players both young and fossilized.